Russia's GRU propped up fake media personas, mostly failed at social media promotion after DNC hack
The effort failed to prioritize obvious strategies that would have generated higher engagement.
A Russian military contractor has a shady new Android malware kit
Discovered last year, the surveillance tool is still in active use, according to Lookout.
Researchers link tools used in NotPetya and Ukraine grid hacks
New research provides evidence that a group with Russian military ties was involved with the NotPetya and BlackEnergy incidents in Ukraine.
DOJ official: Whether they're extradited or not, indicting foreign hackers is important
Whether or not foreign government hackers see the inside of a U.S. courtroom, indicting them is key to American deterrence policy, Adam Hickey said.
Justice Department charges 7 Russian intelligence officers
It's the latest move in an ongoing U.S. law enforcement effort to crack down on Kremlin hacking.
Russian hackers targeted office of vulnerable Democrat
The same outfit of Russian hackers that launched cyberattacks against U.S. targets in the 2016 election also targeted Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Miss., a red-state Democrat who faces a tough reelection bid this year.